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U.S. Army dramatized training film. The crew of a downed American bomber quickly yield to the clever interrogation techniques of their Nazi captors. Starring Arthur Kennedy, Mel Torme, Lloyd Nolan, Craig Stevens and Peter Van Eyck.
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This movie is part of the collection: WWII Archive
Producer: U.S. Army Air Forces
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Keywords: WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Psychological aspects; World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, German; Training Film; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; 1944; Peter Van Eyck; Interrogation; Lloyd Nolan; Craig Stevens; POWs; United States. Army Air Forces; Arthur Kennedy; Mel Torme; 1945 Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary, Features
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0
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Subject: 1945 Academy Award
Nominee: Best Documentary Feature
Subject: thanks 4 these heplful tips
+ i hope students in China are not tortured/murdered
4 their views!!! we should keep/watch this video in case China starts taking possession of our country
& torturing/murdering us
Subject: A Good Primer for Resisting Soft Interrogation
I thought this was a pretty good film and a good example of how even "soft" interrogation can gather puzzle pieces. However, it completely avoided the vastly more persuasive "hard" interrogation. The enemy won't stop just because one resists the "country club" approach. Torture is inevitable, even with the Geneva Convention.
In this instance, there wasn't enough time to get the necessary information from the prisoners using torture, so the "soft" approach was illustrated to show that it still matters in some cases.
Subject: Great for its type
I did enjoy this bit of history.
Being a mid 40's military indoctrination film, it tends to be corny. It was entertaining in its way.
I shall now be on my guard. In the unfortunate event that I am captured by Osama Ben or the Taliban, I will remember never to have cocktails with them, nor will I ever let them fool me into playing pool with them. I will not give military secrets to enemy nurses. Not even the pretty ones.
I do give the play 5 stars.